Google has unveiled a new application that allows users to clear confidential information from documents.
Well… in fact, it doesn't. Google purge is a prank, but the webpage is build well enough (except for the picture) to fool you for about 10 seconds.
The search engine has procedures in place that let users remove information from its index. But those could be easier to use, and in the end a cure is always to be preferred over medication.
Just ask Google how people were able to access the PowerPoint presentation that it accidentally published earlier this week. Indeed: through the cache in Google Desktop. (next at eleven: how Google helped Iran build nuclear missiles)
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